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  • Predictions 2019: Data Privacy Gains Gravity in the Age of Sharing

      The institution of the General Data Privacy Regulation by the European Union on May 25, 2018 was the first major step in establishing a worldwide standard for keeping personal data private for users of IT–and that means just about everybody. It also includes the right to be forgotten, should a user decide to completely vacate the cyber world. GDPR provides a set of regulations to help protect user privacy and enforce data protection. GDPR also includes reporting requirements for…

  • GDPR preparation: Can we still use online collaboration tools?

    Business owner: “We use files sharing and online collaboration tools with access given to people across the company, and sometimes externally. Are we still able to use these tools?” The answer is: Absolutely. Online collaboration tools are pretty crucial to the way that most people work today, and I think there would be considerable upset if the law took them away! That being said, you do need to pay attention to how these tools are being used, who is using…

  • How to Download Your Data With All the Fancy New GDPR Tools

    Photo: Jacques Brinon (AP) The big new European data-privacy law known as the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is here, and it’s ushered in a host of changes to the way companies treat your personal information. One of the consumer benefits of GDPR is that it requires companies to make it possible for users to pack up their data and leave if they don’t like the service they’re using. You shouldn’t be trapped into keeping an account with a certain…

  • 10 Storage Predictions For 2018

    Storage In 2018: Deja Vu Again The year 2018 for the storage industry is shaping up to be a year that looks more like an extension of 2017 than a sea change. Many trends  – increased cloud adoption, the shift from disk to flash storage, the move towards software-defined everything – continue to shape the storage and data center infrastructure. Though the trends are familiar, 2018 won’t be boring. Vendors large and small, as well as their channel partners, have…

  • SD Times news digest: TensorFlow 1.4, Prometheus 2.0 and Altova’s MobileTogether 4.0 – SD Times

    Google has announced the release of TensorFlow 1.4. TensorFlow is an open-source software library for machine intelligence. As part of this release, the machine learning framework Keras is becoming part of the core package. Keras integrates with other core parts of TensorFlow including the Estimator API. The Dataset API has also been added to the core package, as well as support for Python generators. This release also introduces a new function, which will simplify training, evaluation, and exporting Estimator models….

  • Six months to GDPR: what to do now to survive and thrive

      Dean Armstong QC, Consultant Barrister, Setfords Solicitors In the confusion that is Brexit, one thing is certain. Come May 2018 the EU’s General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) will test your organisation like never before. Effective, expert collaboration, led from the top will make the data-protection revolution painless, and even profitable. With customer data heralded as the ‘new oil’, a precious commodity on which businesses rely to grow and innovate, many are forgetting its volatility. From record fines, reputational fallout…

  • General Data Protection Regulation and the role of object storage

    Next – Previous Links Next – Previous Links Display Category Labels Enterprise ITStorage Back to Home .Display Category Labels General Data Protection Regulation and the role of object storage By Nigel Houghton, EMEA Strategic Alliance & Channel Sales Director, Scality Ellie Burns 4th July 2017   Add to favoritesNigel Houghton from Scality looks at how object storage can help companies become and stay compliant in the GDPR era. The new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), due to come into effect…

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